Venerdì, 19 Ottobre 2018

Italian labor minister calls job creation a priority


Rome, May 2 - Italian Labour Minister Enrico
Giovannini on Thursday highlighted the government's priority to
boost jobs in the eurozone's third-largest economy, saying the
cabinet's key mission was that of ensuring the "system
intrinsically generates jobs for everyone, and in particular for
the young".
Giovannini, who was speaking at an Organization for
Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) presentation in
Rome, said "people's dignity, their role in society, and their
knowledge of being part of a community comes from work".
The Italian economy has contracted for two straight years,
and unemployment levels have jumped close to 12%, almost a
two-decade high.
The issue of temporary-employment contracts also needs to
be "addressed urgently and with attention, because the labour
market needs the stability that rules can provide," Giovannini
"They were halted in a moment of serious economic
recession" from being involved in an ongoing reforms process.
"If we introduce and then scrap the rules continuously, we
are not going to help investments".

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